“Young People are Beautiful People” by Jaime L. Cardinal Sin
“Young people are beautiful people.” In that single statement, we could pre-judge the elements written in the article, we can picture out tons of fortunes the youths have at hand; the treasures that we behold as shepherds of the world. Young people are willed to partake in a great responsibility of helping the nation grow in line with God’s will and given the power to be involved in a social commitment. The article claims that these young people possess incessant goodness of innocence and quest for reaching that optimistic goal for progress, which is sadly eradicated by the world’s wanting to conform to the desires of others that are morally unacceptable, yet seen as a popular demand. If that is the case, worse case scenario would be unbearable.
There’s still a cure for the issue—God! With the power of God’s love to the world and with the help of the Holy Spirit, we are divided by our conscience to do what is good. When we look at the cross, we understand how He died for us. We look unto the sorrow of Jesus’ face as He was scourged to death and this reflects our neighbors call of affliction. In these people, we see Christ as he lived the life of these poor people. In order for us to at least give back the Lord’s favor of saving us from sins, we are opt to be responsibly aware of the needs of our neighbors. We have to create in ourselves especially in the young people the spirit of love for others which the poor person lacks. This starts by responding to the sufferings of these poor people and opening our hearts to extend our utmost help towards them.
I come to think how lucky I were, provided that God gave me all these blessings: a complete family with parents who ought to teach us to be Christ-centered, a home, good friends with positive outlooks, clear environment away from unwanted genres, and a simple yet treasure-filled life. What more would I wish for? I...